SMSF software provider Class has announced an integration deal with audit platform Cloudoffis that could potentially create a 40 per cent ti
Superannuation document provider LightYear Docs has launched a specialist will for SMSF trustees, which aims to circumvent problems with leg
Victorian SMSF trustees must lodge declarations of trust relating to LRBAs with the State Revenue Office (SRO) for duty assessment under new
The Financial Standards and Ethics Authority has announced the results of its second exam held in September.
Trustees looking to contribute proceeds of the sale of their business into their SMSF should be aware of the risks, given the ATO’s strong
A widow’s attempt to appeal non-payment of super benefits following the death of her ex-husband 30 years ago has been struck down by the A
The rising incidence of legal challenges around SMSF death benefits is increasing the likelihood by which financial planners or accountants
A former Sydney adviser has been banned from providing financial services for four years after ASIC found he had failed in his duties to act
Delaying the closure of the ATO’s old tax and BAS agent portals would put a “significant risk” on the agency’s move towards a single
With very little returns on cash investments, it makes sense to consider other alternatives for your “cash bucket”, and investors would
The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) has rolled out a new online tool which enables consumers to track complaints made again
The corporate regulator has expressed its support for reduced duplication when it comes to regulation of tax financial advisers (TFAs), but
A large proportion of SMSF professionals would still like to see the accountants’ exemption returned, but the industry is split on how to
ASIC has moved to disqualify two SMSF auditors and add conditions to the licence of a third.
Accountants hoping for easier access to compensation for major ATO system outages have had their hopes all but dashed, with a review failing
Recently legislated changes to tax deductions for vacant land could affect SMSFs that have bought land with the intent of constructing resid
Tax-deductible super contributions made on a one-off basis are proving popular with SMSF trustees that are starting to ramp up their concess
Increasing the preservation age to 67 and scrapping the work test are likely to be high on the government’s super reform agenda in the med
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